For regular visitors to my site you may have noticed the gorgeous new photographs of my work.
These are the results of a collaboration with a number of brilliant creatives all based in Belfast that I felt had to get a mention.
First up, my fantastic stylist, Jamie Russell. We threw around a few ideas, I shared some mood boards to get across the general feeling of the work and left it in Jamie's capable hands to bring together a look incorporating some of my new hats and inspired by my latest scarf prints.
He picked out some incredible pieces of clothing to style with the headpieces and scarves (as skirts/tops), including this piece of his own making in clear PVC. Jamie brought together the right people for the job to bring this photoshoot to life and found this cool urban setting.
Creating both the hair and make-up looks was Rebecca Bryson. She picked up the colours in the clothes we were using gorgeously with just the right level of drama and really caught the mood we were going for.
The make-up was edgy and flawless and complimented my headpieces perfectly.
Our beautiful model, Niamh McIlfatrick stepped in at the last minute and injected the look with her own sassy style. She effortlessly moved through poses to create movement and project attitude in the images.
Niamh heroically got soaked to the skin without complaint on a cold, rainy day for this absolutely amazing shot.
And of course our photographer, Tony Webster a.k.a. BigBadLlama. Framing the shots against the graffiti of an urban underpass, Tony wove the colours and textures of the clothing and the setting together brilliantly.
He used the movement of the clothes and the rainy weather conditions to fantastic effect and I loved how he worked the atmospheric light in the setting.